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i love all of annie's products! but yesterday i tried the woodstock dressing on my salad and oh my gosh. it will make anyone want to eat a salad! it took me a while to figure out what it tasted like until my omnivore mother said, "a BLT sandwhich" anyways, its so good. im addicited  :o (the dressing tastes a bit cheesy from the ny, some tahini, and a bit of tomato flavor) my salad had home grown tomato, avacado, pink onion, and romaine.

i also have a bottle of goddess that i have not tried yet, which i have only heard how addiciting it is. i also love the original bbq sauce and ketchup. has anyone tried any marinades?

goddess is. amazing.

i have to buy like a bottle a week to keep up with my bf's addiction to it.  it's a bit highcal for a salad dressing for me (though i do splurge on it at times).  i really like the tuscan italian dressing.  it's a nice alternative to regulare italian.  plus it's great on sandwiches and as a marinade as well.  try it! and the goddess! 

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fyi Susan V has a recipe for a lite version of Annie's Goddess dressing:
http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2007/01/susans-lite-goddess-dressing.html

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fyi Susan V has a recipe for a lite version of Annie's Goddess dressing:
http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2007/01/susans-lite-goddess-dressing.html

Thanks for that link laur b.! I have been eating sooo much goddess dressing...its getting expensive. I was thinking I should try to find a recipe for it....awesome!

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no prob! i haven't tried it personally, but it sounds pretty good.

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i have never tried either but i love annies balsamic! I wish that the annies company made a vegan mac n' cheeze. They had a soy one but it had casein :(

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I love Annie's Goddess salad dressing!  It makes a great pasta salad.  Trader Joe's makes their own version of Goddess dressing, and it's just as tasty and cheaper.  That Woodstock dressing sound good; I'll have to try it soon.

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i have never tried either but i love annies balsamic! I wish that the annies company made a vegan mac n' cheeze. They had a soy one but it had casein :(

Sad to admit it, but I do eat it.  I love mac and cheese and have gotten my daughter addicted to it too.  :)>>>  If there's a recipe that doesn't call for soy cheese and freezes well please tell me so I don't have to buy Annie's any more.

I haven't tried any of the dressings.  Sounds like I'll have too.

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i have never tried either but i love annies balsamic! I wish that the annies company made a vegan mac n' cheeze. They had a soy one but it had casein :(

Sad to admit it, but I do eat it.  I love mac and cheese and have gotten my daughter addicted to it too.  :)>>>  If there's a recipe that doesn't call for soy cheese and freezes well please tell me so I don't have to buy Annie's any more.

I haven't tried any of the dressings.  Sounds like I'll have too.

flashback mac and cheese on this site. mmm. umm lemme find it.

http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=16227.15

there (:

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Thank you ponycakes!!  It looks really good and quick enough that I don't need to make a bunch and freeze it!  Yea!!!!!

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aww! ponycakes, you're such a sweetie  :)>>>

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i have never tried either but i love annies balsamic! I wish that the annies company made a vegan mac n' cheeze. They had a soy one but it had casein :(

Sad to admit it, but I do eat it.  I love mac and cheese and have gotten my daughter addicted to it too.  :)>>>  If there's a recipe that doesn't call for soy cheese and freezes well please tell me so I don't have to buy Annie's any more.

I haven't tried any of the dressings.  Sounds like I'll have too.

SusanV's Mac and Cheese taste like the 'out of the box' kind.  http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2007/10/easy-macaroni-and-cheeze.html  You could make a batch of the dry seasoning mix ahead of time and add the liquid part while you boil the pasta.

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i have never tried either but i love annies balsamic! I wish that the annies company made a vegan mac n' cheeze. They had a soy one but it had casein :(

Sad to admit it, but I do eat it.  I love mac and cheese and have gotten my daughter addicted to it too.  :)>>>  If there's a recipe that doesn't call for soy cheese and freezes well please tell me so I don't have to buy Annie's any more.

I haven't tried any of the dressings.  Sounds like I'll have too.

SusanV's Mac and Cheese taste like the 'out of the box' kind.  http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2007/10/easy-macaroni-and-cheeze.html  You could make a batch of the dry seasoning mix ahead of time and add the liquid part while you boil the pasta.

thanks for reminding me of that recipe!  i really want to try that one too.  i made the flashback one and really liked it (dipping crackers in the cheeze while the pasta finished cooking was so delicous) but i definitely wouldnt mind trying another one - especially with your 'out of the box' stamp of approval.

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The Goddess dressing has my bf eating salads! I may have to try another variety and see what he thinks. They're on sale this month. Score!

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Brookeisthebest, thanks so much for recommending the Woodstock dressing.  I recently purchased some and tried it--love it!  ;)b  It tastes a lot like the Goddess dressing which I've loved for a long time, but with the additional flavors of nutritional yeast and tomato.  Mmmm, thanks again!

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youre welcome willwolf! i love woodstock too!  :)>>>

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I finally picked up some of the Goddess dressing and it is great!  My husband was abit worried, but he liked it alot too.

We tried the flashback mac and cheese.  I thought it was pretty good, but sweet pea said no way.  :o  Off to check out mdvegan's suggestion of SusanV's Mac and Cheese. 

Wish me luck. :D

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